$175 HCP Members / $215 Non-members
Class Size: 7 Students
Class description: Session II will begin with quick review of the manual controls on your SLR camera, although students should come into this session with a basic understanding. A hands on comparison of the digital vs. analog photo worlds will include working with a pinhole film camera, scanning film to work with digitally, and images captured with your DSLR in camera RAW. You will learn to refine your digital imagery through Adobe Photoshop and Bridge, including proper resolution settings, use of the tools, menus, and layers, color controls, digital retouching, and composite image creation. Group critiques and assignments led by the instructor will address how to compose a well‐balanced and effective image, introduce you to historical and contemporary photographers, and allow you to sample different approaches to creating. Proper workflow practices will be utilized to prepare your favorite image for an introduction to the professional digital photo printing process. This is a great introductory class for 14-18 year olds who want to expand their basic knowledge of to use their digital SLR camera.
Digital SLR camera
File storage - such as a flash drive
Teen Photography I or
Know how to use manual controls on DSLR
This is a four day class. The class fee includes all days.
Early Registration (May 11-17) is for HCP members only.
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Registration for the general public begins Friday, May 18th.